The exit to the park, #126 is closed till sometimes in the fall. If you are headed west and don't get off at the one before you have a ten mile drive out of your way. This construction has been going on for over a month. I can't believe they don't e mail or tell you when making reservations. When I asked why they did not do this, the staff got really rude like it was my fault. Also, the sites need lots more gravel. There is hardly any grass. The site was littered with cigar and cigarette butts. No cable, lousy Wifi. There are a few decent size holes as you pull in.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Midway between glorious Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks, Butte is a great place to camp! Don't hurry away until you've had a chance to explore the historic Uptown, though. Looking for things to do or ways to explore? Just hop onto "Old Number One," the trolley car that boards next door at the Chamber of Commerce. Visit Berkeley Pit, an engineering marvel and the largest truck-operated, open-pit copper mine in America. Visit the mansions of old-time mining barons that cluster in Butte neighborhoods. After sightseeing, lace up hiking boots or maybe golf shoes and head out to Maud S Trail for hiking or biking or to Anaconda's Old Works Golf Course. There is also great fishing in the streams running near your campsite, and our park is surrounded by trails for a nice evening stroll. Then, treat yourself to some delicious chicken or fish at The Chicken Shack! We hope you visit us soon! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Butte KOA Montana